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North Fork Mokelumne River below Salt Springs Dam
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Annual Fundraising Dinner June 8
Don't miss it!
Diners relax in the shade at the 2007 Foothill Conservancy fundraising dinner.
Don’t miss this year’s Provençal Feast on the Patio!

Why travel to the south of France when you can join us in the Shenandoah Valley for fine Provençal food and ­wonderful Amador County wine?

Don’t miss our annual fundraising dinner at Terre Rouge/Easton Winery on Sunday, June 8, featuring a Provençal Feast on the Patio prepared by Chef Jane O’Riordan. You’ll save yourself the cost of airfare and keep your carbon footprint small while enjoying fine food and wine in the company of your friends. Everyone will speak your language, too.

While plans are still in the works, the current schedule calls for this year’s event to start at 4 p.m. when sign-ups begin for our first-ever petanque/bocce ball tournament. Dinner service will begin around 5:30.

The dinner will feature olive tapenade, roast pork loin, roasted chicken/turkey sausages, a variety of vegetable and grain salads, the breads of Andrae’s Bakery, and as always, fine Terre Rouge and Easton wines available from a no-host bar. We’ll also have a great raffle and auctions featuring quality local goods and services.

Tickets are $30 per person or $10 for children under 12. For more information, call Susan at 267-5506.

On the day of the event, we will need people to help with the petanque tournament, dinner setup and other dinner-related tasks. If you’d like to pitch in to help that day or ahead of time, call Susan at 267-5506 or e-mail Jane.

Terre Rouge is a beautiful place to relax under the shade trees or grape arbor and chat with friends while you enjoy fine food and wine.

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